5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- An incident-exposure reading for a fair-skinned subject reads f/8, 1/125th at 100 ISO. The next subject is very dark skinned. What is the proper exposure for the second subject?
- The useable exposure range of a sensor, or the range of subject brightness is called what?
- Focal length controls what?
- What is dodging?
- What is a color profile?
- a A mathematical translator assigned to each piece of equipment you use (they map one gamut to another; and the ICC (or International Color Consortium) profile is usually shipped by the equipment manufacturer).
- b No change. The EXPOSURE doesn't change or it would also change the background as well. Move the lights to adjust.
- c dynamic range (not to be confused with gamut)
- d 1) Magnification, or the size of the subject; 2) Angle of view
- e Decreases the exposure for areas of the print that the photographer wishes to be lighter
5 Multiple choice questions
- Whenever you have two of something (i.e Body parts) put them on slightly different levels
- Actual Pixel view
- Add yellow
- Red, Yellow, Green, Cyan, Blue, Magenta
5 True/False questions
What file type affects printing when a 5th generation is used? → Very wide at about 180 degrees
True or false - a tonal correction can be accomplished by using a hue/saturation adjustment layer → 24 bits per pixel (8 per color), which gives 16,777,216 colors
If you must move to reduce the amount of flash reaching your subject, how far do you move? → Aperture and shutter
Sharpness from near to far is controlled by what? → lens-to-subject distance
What are the effects of lighting from above the subject's face? → Flattens out the volume of the subject and minimizes textures